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On November 5th 1989, at Taef, a “National Reconciliation Accord” was signed with the goal of the civil war that Lebanon had been experiencing for fifteen years.
Political thought in Sudan generally avoids the issue of reform, since the very notion falls short of the political and developmental ambitions the country has harboured since independence, in 1956.
By Arab Reform Initiative , Center for Studies and Research in Social Sciences
All over the Arab world, Islamist, liberal and leftist groups have had the idea of coming together to challenge political oppression and to voice more effectively their demands for reform.